Books available for review

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defunktion
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I have returned my book today via first class post. The review is soon to follow. :D
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I emailed a review but havn't heard anything - could someone confirm it's been received?
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I've not had a chance to read reviews yet, and I've not seen greg for a couple of weeks, but hopefully we'll co-ordinate this all soon.
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can i have the address to send back to please
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Me too please :)
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Hi,

We have a new book for review, if anybody is interested. It is:

The Psychology of Ageing: An Introduction - Ian Stuart-Hamilton

pm me if interested.

:)
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Updated 22/08/12: Books available for review

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I thought the other thread was becoming a bit confusing. So this is an update what books are available as of the 22/8/12.

They are listed below, please PM me if you fancy reviewing any of them. Please read the guidance for reviews section first.

* Evaluating Personal Injury Claims - Kane, A.W., & Dvoskin, J.A.
* Understanding Costs and Outcomes in Child Welfare Services: A Comprehensive Costing Approach to Managing you Resources - Holmes, L., & McDermid, S.
* Child Protection Systems in the United Kingdom: A Comparative Analysis - Stafford, A., Parton, N., Vincent, S., & Smith, C.
* The Psychology of Ageing: An Introduction (5th edition) - Stuart-Hamilton, I.
* Neurobiology of Mental Illness (3rd edition) - Eds. Charney, D.S., & Nestler, E.J. [This book is very big]
* Friendship and Other Weapons: Group Activities to Help Young Girls Aged 5-11 to Cope with Bullying - Whitson, S.
* A Comprehensive Guide to Suicidal Behaviours: Working with Individuals at Risk and their Families - Aldridge, D., & Barrero, S.P.

Greg :)
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Hi,
I'd be interested in reviewing the book on empathy if no one else has already but having just read your last post it looks like someone has already been identified for this so would be happy to look at the book about friendships.

Thanks
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Hi sah and welcome to the forum

You might not have noticed, but this thread is really old - the last post was over two years ago.
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Indeed. We do have some books to review. The last posts about it would have been John's, but even they are fairly old now. I'll ask someone to update.
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Hi, I would also be interested in writing a review if there are any updates on the thread :)
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Me too!
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